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HALLOWEEN

Alert message sent 31/10/2019 07:23:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police


Residents
Halloween stay safe....
7 Rules for Safe Trick-or-Treating
MAKE SURE YOUR KID'S COSTUME FITS WELL—AND WON'T CAUSE INJURIES. ...
MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD WILL BE PROPERLY SUPERVISED. ...
MAKE SURE YOUR KID CAN SEE—AND BE SEEN—IN THE DARK. ...
USE STREET SMARTS. ...
BE CAREFUL WHERE—AND WHO—YOU TRICK-OR-TREAT. ...
CHECK YOUR CHILD'S CANDY TO MAKE SURE IT IS SAFE TO EAT.
How do you stay safe on Halloween?
Use pavements wherever possible. Only walk on sidewalks whenever possible, or on the far edge of the road facing traffic to stay safe. Wear well-fitting masks, costumes, and shoes to avoid blocked vision, trips, and falls. Eat only factory-wrapped treats.
Keep Toxins Out of Costumes. It all starts when we get our little ones dressed. ...
Plan Your Night Ahead. ...
Wear Bright Colours and/or Add Reflective Tape to Costumes. ...
Accompany Small Children All the Way to the Doors. ...
Always Check Candy Before Eating It.
What to Bring: Trick-or-Treating With Your Kids
Flashlight. Get one for you and for each of your trick-or-treaters! ...
Batteries. Have some extra on hand in case your flashlight goes out! ...
Reflective Tape. Better safe than sorry -- so sneak a few pieces of these into your kid's Halloween costume. ...
Bag/Pillowcase. ...
Matching Costume.

have a good night all but please stay safe and be mind full of our elderly residents who will be scared to open the doors tonight.

regards
simon
Message sent by
Simon Verity-Harris (Police, PCSO, Dudley)

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